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. melissa: a democratic senator who helped craft president obama's health care law now calls it a train wreck. max baucus made the comment yesterday as health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius testified at routine budget hearing. >> small businesses have no idea what to do, what to expect. do you have any data. you're not giving data. you're giving concept frankly. i just see a huge train wreck coming down. melissa: time now for lou dobbs. so this one of those things where you accidentally blurt out the truth or was this contrived? senator bach sus -- >> senator baucus is not the kind of man that makes those mistakes or actions in his expressions. he was talking to her earnestly and forthrightly sayingings secretary, you have got a mess on your hand and you have very little time to turn it around. she misspoke at least, she was not fulsome in her answers in dealing with the exchanges because october we begin to see those constructed. four out of 30 republican governors are going to go along with it. the rest are not. melissa: wow. >> 33 legislators, or governors have reject
disspirited some of us here the most in what is wrong with washington. this is not about president obama. health care, taxes, deficit. we can talk about his leadership. the president can only run this country when he is dealing with leaders. we know these are not leaders now. they are cowards and selfishness and they have lack of leadership that that put us in this position now where they voted against something that 90% of the country supports, first of all. they voted against something that is right for our country and right for our society. and might make our society just a little bit safer. but they voted no. because they are cowards. and they put themselves in a category that, quite frankly, and i hate to see this, but put the themselves in a category that helps people like this, al qaeda terrorists. take a look. >> in the west, you've got a lot at your disposal. let's take america as an example. america is absolutely a wash with easily obtainable firearms. can you go down to a gun show at the local convention center and come away with a fully automatic assault rifle, without a back
about mental health i counted during the obama administration there is less than 100 prosecutions for giving fire arms to people who are mentally defective. less than 100 since he became president. that is an area where there is broad consensus. how about enforcing the current background check clock? we ask the attorney general and this administration for the prosecution's veiling background checks since he became president i don't need a lecture from him and about gun violence i watched his 16 years if you want to stop people from killing other people then deal with the mental health component and keep weapons out of the people who have no business having them but today you cannot sell a gun to a prohibited per cent without a private sale of a gun show or ephedrine licensed firearms tell me how you do in forcing the tools we give you then we will consider giving you more. lou: as a citizen i get a little nervous when i hear this president talk about liars that the nra when that represents if those of us who are interested and preserving our rights and gun owners who want to exerc
our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. >>> an arrest in the ricin case, two letters, one sent to senator wicker the other to president obama, each containing the same writing, each tainted with the deadly toxin ricin, both being tested in the army's biowarfare lab in ft. dietrich. john, what are you hearing? >> the justice department confirming an arrest of an individual in this investigation. so far, no charges filed to our knowledge. justice department has listed no charges as yet. pending testing of the substance in the envelopes. the justice department says curtis is believed responsible for mailing three letters that preliminarily tested positive for ricin. the letters were addressed to roger wicker as well as the white house, and a mississippi justice official. that mississippi official has been identified by a family member. and the clairian ledgee it's not clear why that judge was targeted. all three letters contained threatening messages, to the whi
now. also, the recovery, the victims, those injured, still in the hospital. their health improving by the day. we learned a short while ago michelle obama, the first lady, went to a couple of these hospitals to visit with the medical staff there, as well as to share time with those injured. she went to brigham and women's hospital and children's hospital where some of the youngest victims are being treated. i'm sure that helped lift their spirits. meanwhile, at yet another great hospital in this town, mass general, there's a news conference currently under way. we wanted to listen in for a moment. >> well, the president met with each of our patients who were involved in the bombing. his conversations with them are between he and the patients themselves, so i'm not going to relay the details of what they discussed, but it was extremely uplifting for them. i think in some ways incredibly inspiring that he would take time out to come visit them and, honestly, have a sincere interaction with all these folks who have been hurt. >> reporter: how about for you, in his speech -- >> i don't
. an american born in south korea, skim a doctor, a leading global health advocate and winner of a so-called macarthur genius grant. in the late 1980s he demonstrated against world bank policies even calling for its end. last year picked by president obama he became the bank's chief after serving as president of dartmouth college since 2009. i talked with dr. kim at world bank headquarters in washington this morning and b by asking what's new in his goal of attacking poverty. >> we feel the fact that there's still 1.2 billion people living in absolute pove, which is less than $1.25 a day, is a stain on our collective conscience. >> suarez: a stain? >> a stain. over the past 25 years we've made progress. we've gone from 4% of the people living in absolute poverty to 21% today most of that was because china grew so rapidly. but now the tough work remains. what we're seeing is a 1% a year drop in global poverty but what's going to happen is that that curve will flatten out dramatically and what we're saying is we now need to bend that arc downwards and really end poverty and it's going to take a lo
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